Don't they know wikipedia exists?
Maybe not - quoting said wikipedia:
The school primarily serves the Charedi Jewish community of Stamford Hill. The Charedi community do not have access to television, the internet or other media, and members of the community aim to lead modest lives governed by the codes of Torah observance.
So, while the dog pisses on the fire, you shoot into the air to summon emergency services?
If I had to clean up a place that was bugged by the NSA, I'd do the same - rip out everything and replace it.
I'd be tempted to torch the place for the insurance money and move.
I think that was just the usual background phishing that's always going on.
On the 19th I got a legitimate Yahoo sign-in alert for an account I had forgotten about and not used for the better part of a decade, with the only activity being a "Yahoo! Partner's Application" login. I'm guessing this login was part of this attack.
Also, Yahoo acquired a number of email list service providers many years ago; the only reason I still have an account there.
Well, he did mention a mention a newspaper - sort of like a blog, but with horrible latency.
Given that there was a civilian teacher going up for the publicity, a lot of schoolrooms were watching it live.
Macs were the anomaly in all this - their "PC" sales went up 26% over the same time period.
Ultimate source is Gartner, but found the info here: linky
Just to be contrary, IDC released their own report, which has 4th quarter US shipments down only 1.5% overall, and Apple's down 5.7%. They have Lenovo growing 10% for the same period (vs Gartner's +3.5%), and have them as the only one with positive growth worldwide year on year.
The visa waiver may not apply if one is participating in a tournament that gives out prizes or otherwise remunerates the participants.
Bad summary. The point of the article is that:
- the distance the planet is orbiting its primary is much farther out than current planet formation theories support.
- the planet is not massive enough compared to the primary to fit the theories on binary star formation.
I expect astronomers would normally specify mass or radius/diameter rather than use size ambiguously. And the article doesn't use the word size, so can't fault the journalist. Summary writers, however
(11 x mass BTW)
I'm not sure about Canada but to get a Visa Wavier from Australia for the US you get asked about you mental health when filling it out.
Canadian citizens do not generally require a visa or visa waiver to get in. Normally all we have to fill out is the standard customs declaration form everyone has to on arrival (who are you, where are you coming from, where are you staying, what restricted stuff are you bringing in).
The purpose of a corporation is to shield the shareholders from liability beyond the value of their shares. Directors can be held liable if they are particularly negligent or criminal.
I didn't explain myself, but I was trying to illustrate that the capital cost of the solar plant was in line with the costs of other modern power plants, and not the ludicrously expensive boondoggle some others were suggesting.
Source of my figures:
By way of contrast, China has stated that it expects its costs for plants under construction to come in at less than $2000/kW and that subsequent units should be in the range of $1600/kW. This estimate is for the AP1000 design, the same as used by EIA for the USA. This would mean that an AP1000 in the USA would cost about three times as much as the same plant built in China. Different labour rates in the two countries are only part of the explanation. Standardised design, numerous units being built, and increased localisation are all significant factors in China.